Luftwaffe Raid - "Empire"

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Genre: Black Metal
Format: Tape
Label: Total Holocaust Records
Limitation: 666 copies

A1. This Is A Spring 1940 German Broadcast Announcing The Collapse Of British And French Forces On The Western Front
A2. Red Sky At Night: The Luftwaffe Bombing From The Blackness Of The Sky Turning It Crimson
A3. Translated By A Foreign Ministry Interpreter From A 1940 Speech. H. Says, "If Our Will Is Strong Enough, Then Nothing Can Fail! Germany, Sieg Heil!"
A4. Nachtjagdgeschwader (Doom From The Dark): The German Night Air Raid Squadron
A5. German Ministry Of Propaganda Translators Narrate An Assembled Crowd Singing "Deutschland Über Alles" And "The Horst W. Song", Immediately Following H.'s Kroll Opera House Speech The Day He Announced The Invasion Of Poland
A6. Sieg! Sieg! Sieg!: The Fuhrer Speaking In Front Of His People Promising Victory And Greatness
A7. From A 1933 Speech, H. Forcefully States. "The Most Precious Thing That Exists The Whole World Over Is Our Own People. And For These People, I Shall Struggle And I Shall Fight, And Never Slacken, And Never Tire, And Never Falter, And Never Doubt."
A8. Welcome To London: Imagine Strolling In Streets Of London On A Stormy Night In London In The Early 1940s
A9. The End Is Near: Fear And Sadness Creep In
B10. Again From The 1933 Speech, H. Says, "Long Live Our Movement! Long Live Our German People!"
B11. DAK (Enigma Of The Sphinx): This Song Is About Rommel And The Deutsches Afrika Korps
B12. Battle, Fire, Earth: All Hell Breaks Lose Then You Die!
B13. A BBC Radiobroadcast Announcing The American 1st Army Has Crossed The Rhine. The Date Is March 8, 1945
B14. Flight Of The Mustang Under The Grim Moonlight: Imagine You Are A German Soldier Guarding A Bridge During The Night. All Is Quiet Except From The Sounds Of Nature. Suddenly You Hear A Faint Rumble In The Distant Black Sky. As The Noise Approaches, You Recognize What It Is And Realize You Are About To Die
B15. Reporting Is Wyford Vaughn - Thomas Who Records His Live Report During The Bombing Of British Positions In Anzio By German Bombers
B16. A Summer Night In Berlin: Imagine Enjoying A Peaceful Refreshing Late Spring Night In A Berlin Cafe
B17. Thomas Cadett Reports For The BBC On The Terrible Devastation Of Berlin. The Date Is May 9, 1945
B18. The Eternal Grace Of Suffering: War Is Hell
B19. A Radio Announcement That H. Is Dead

Total playtime: 0:39:40

Release at Metal Archives

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